Snow and snow squalls will continue over northeast Ohio tonight, with scattered flurries over the rest of the state. Low temperatures will fall into the teens.
High pressure will build into the state from the west during the day Wednesday. Snow showers will linger over the northeast as the winds continue out of the northwest from across Lake Erie. The rest of the state will have scattered flurries lingering under cloudy skies.
High temperatures will range from about 20 to the low 20s.
The snow is expected to end overnight Wednesday, and lows then will be in the 20s. Fair skies are expected Thursday, with highs from 25 to the low 30s.
The record high temperature for this date at the Columbus weather station was 63 in 1964. The record low was -12 set in 1880.
Sunset today will be at 5:16 p.m. Sunrise Wednesday will be at 7:53 a.m.